The Best Sega Master System Games

22 of the Best Sega Master System Games

As with most consoles, choosing the best Sega Master System games is not only subjective but a challenge! Whilst the NES reigned supreme in the US, the Sega Master System developed a devout following predominantly in Europe. It certainly was on my radar as a kid, with my own brother picking up an original ‘wedge’ … Read more

Enduro Racer – Sega Master System Review

Enduro Racer Sega Master System Review

Enduro Racer for the Sega Master System is a very non-typical arcade conversion. This is because it is a completely different game from the arcade original! Interestingly, the more modest 8-bit systems such as the ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64 were given an arcade port of the game, which to be fair played reasonably well, … Read more

Jet Set Willy Review – ZX Spectrum

Jet Set Willy Title Screen

Jet Set Willy was the first game I ever played. I have lost count of how many times I have read another person from my generation saying the same thing, but it is a lot! The reality is though, Manic Miner or Jet Set Willy on the ZX Spectrum was many people’s first gaming experience … Read more

5 of the Best Sega Saturn Racing Games

The Top 5 Sega Saturn Racing Games

The Sega Saturn is an underappreciated console. It always has been and was simply a console caught up in Sega’s desire for arcade-perfect ports of 2D games. This was whilst up-and-coming disruptors to the console market, Sony, was focused on a 3D powerhouse console called the PlayStation. However, Sega did manage to squeeze in some … Read more

Dyna Blaster – Commodore Amiga Quick Play

Dyna Blaster - Amiga Quick Play / Review

Dyna Blaster or Bomberman as it is known outside of Europe is a top-down maze/battle game developed by Hudson Soft. Here we take a look at the Commodore Amiga version, originally released in 1991. Anybody who remembers Dyna Blaster on the Amiga will recall it primarily for one thing, the multiplayer battle mode! Single-player was … Read more